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Thursday, 01 Mar 12 Cloudy 11°C / 52°F

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I haven’t been around in a few days so I thought that I would update my journals. Yesterday I discovered that my south facing roses are leafing out….some frost damage, but they think it is time. Good news is that none of the other leaf buds are swelling.

It has remained warm to luke warm here for several days, and there are no more cold days in the forecast at this point. I believe it is time to plant the cold crops, and I think that I will.

In March, lettuce radish spinach, carrots, potatoes, onions, cabbage, and broccoli. I haven’t decided whether to plant my peas in March or April yet….still thinking.

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  • Fhaith

    Fhaith wrote:

    Yay for you!!

    Posted on 02 Mar 12 (over 2 years ago)

  • TropicanaRoses

    TropicanaRoses wrote:

    Thank you!

    Posted on 02 Mar 12 (over 2 years ago)

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